The role of industry associations in improving OHS performance
This article examines the potential role of industry associations in improving OHS performance. Although industry associations sometimes seek to protect their members by adopting a "lowest common denominator approach", this is far from inevitable and some industry sectors have an enlightened self-interest in improving the collective OHS performance of their members. Drawing from the experience of the nuclear power and chemical industries internationally, this article seeks to draw lessons about...[Show more]
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